HEALTHCARE CONSTRUCTION MARKET
Healthcare is one of Austin’s largest and fastest-growing industries. The region is home to more than 4,200 healthcare employers representing approx. 3,700 companies that embody diverse segments of the industry.
The Dell Medical School at The University of Texas at Austin is a new teaching hospital that will become Central Texas’ gateway to the future of care. With Dell Seton Medical Center at The University of Texas, Austin will have more specialists for a growing population; sustain high quality care for all, with a special concern for the vulnerable; discover new treatments, and enjoy economic growth.
Seton Healthcare Family, a regional health care system, and Central Health, a public health care district, a new teaching hospital will be constructed adjacent to the new Dell Medical School
David’s HealthCare recently announced a $275 million investment in the Central Texas area
Texas has $15.8 billion in the healthcare construction pipeline according to Dallas News
Texas Society for Architects has over 6,500 members
Texas is one of top 3 healthcare markets in the country with more than 600 hospitals
Top hospitals in the country such as Houston Methodist Hospital, Memorial Hermann-Texas Medical Center and Baylor University Medical Center
One of The Best Cities in North America by Travel + Leisure
Named America’s Next Boomtown by Forbes
Austin was named one of The 13 Hottest US Cities for 2016 by Business Insider.
Austin ranked #5 on The Top 25 Future-Ready U.S. Cities by PCMA Convene
There are more than 200 restaurants, with a wide culinary range and many award-winning options.
More than 250 live music venue
Austin ranks in the top 20 large cities with the most vibrant art community in America, according to SMU’s National Center for Arts Research.
AUSTIN IS ACCESSIBLE!
Austin-Bergstrom International Airport – “Best Domestic Airport Worldwide” and #16 Most Affordable Airport in the U.S.
ABIA located only 7.5 miles from downtown, less than a 15 minute drive
50+ nonstop flights daily including international flights from London, Frankfurt, Cancun, Guadalajara and Toronto
San Antonio is 74 miles, Houston is 147 miles and Dallas is 181 miles, Fort Worth is 188 miles
The Austin Amtrak station is located on North Lamar Boulevard. Servicing the Texas Eagle route, trains run daily between Chicago and San Antonio and three times per week between Chicago and Los Angeles.
Austin’s Capital MetroRail service runs on 32 miles of existing freight tracks between Leander and downtown Austin. The Red Line services nine stations, including a stop in front of the Austin Convention Center. Each of the six vehicles holds 200 passengers and offers free wireless internet service
The Austin Convention Center was named one of the Best Convention Centers by Smart Meetings
Free WIFI throughout the entire facility
The Austin Convention Center is a LEED® Gold certified building
The convention center has a convenient downtown location, between the shores of Lady Bird Lake and historic Sixth Street. It has easy access to I-35 and is a short distance from 6,500 downtown hotel rooms